No Nonsense Cleaning Ability with Non-toxic ebody Microfiber Spa Collection

No Nonsense Cleaning Ability with Non-toxic ebody Microfiber Spa Collection by e-clothI recently had the chance to try out several products from e-cloth, and much to my delight, they were part of the ebody Spa Collection. Ahhhhh, an opportunity to relax and pamper myself. It was necessary for work. I mean, I HAD to right??

The folks at e-cloth were generous enough to send the Hair Turban, Exfoliating Body Mitt, Face Cleansing Mitt and the Luxury Bath Towel. I honestly couldn’t have asked for a group of products so ideal for our needs (and desires!).

Simple, No Nonsense Cleaning Ability with Non-toxic Microfiber

They’re constructed of polyester and nylon formed through a specialized process that allows the final products to pick up dirt, grime and bacteria like little vacuums. There are no dyes, no nano particles (like silver), no chemical treatments, and e-cloth does not use antimony as a catalyst to make their polyester. Just well-designed methods and products that get the job done.

It really is the product design and fiber density that do all the heavy lifting…with just water! That means you can clean your house and your body without chemicals. Of course, you can use additional cleansing products with your e-cloths, but it’s usually not necessary. Then just rinse the cloths in running water, air dry, and they’re ready to use again. All e-cloth products are machine washable, although I plan to only wash mine every 7-8 uses, or depending on the condition of each one.

Fresh and Clean with Fewer Chemicals: No Body Scrubs, Facial Cleansers or Makeup Removers Needed

My teen especially loved the hair turban and the face cleansing mitt. She doesn’t wear much makeup, but she’s very interested in keeping her face clean and she loved the softness of the mitt on her sensitive skin. She also has very long, thick hair that normally takes forever to dry, but the hair turban helped it dry in half the time, at least. These two products were absolutely perfect for her needs.

No Nonsense Cleaning Ability with Non-toxic ebody Microfiber Spa Collection by e-cloth

My husband is a huge fan of scrubbers, so I jumped at the chance to have him try the exfoliating body mitt. It’s designed with this clever little thumb hole for extra grip that he really liked. The body mitt is perfectly abrasive and it withstood the scrubbing of my railroad man over and over again. Somebody at e-cloth knew precisely what they were doing when they designed this product!

One additional thing I’m lovin’ about the exfoliating mitt is that there are no microbeads. By using e-cloth, we’re not contributing to the emerging problem of water and food chain pollution due to the inability to remove these non-biodegradable microplastic particles and associated chemicals through city water treatment plants. One step at a time, y’all.

And last on the list  is the luxury bath towel. Let me just tell you, it does NOT get any better than this. The towel is as soft as a baby’s blanket, but it was shockingly absorbent. I was very skeptical at first because cloth that feels so soft is very rarely absorbent. In fact, softness like that usually just repels water. Not this towel! It wicked water away even faster than my cotton towels. Incredible.

The only downside I can see about e-cloth products is that they’re not recyclable, although I fully appreciate that each and every e-cloth is reusable 100’s of times over. They’re even guaranteed for 300 machine washes!

Overall, I’m super impressed with e-cloth and their ebody Spa Collection, and I’m very much looking forward to using them for a long time to come.

The Soft Landing was selected to review these e-cloth products, and the content and opinions expressed here are all our own.

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  • Lindsay

    Would love to try this, I’m a big exfoliator!

  • Jennifer

    I had wondered if microfiber cloths were safe or not. How can you tell how they make the microfiber?can you only find out by contacting the manufacturer ?

    • That’s a great question Jennifer! We learned an awful lot researching for this article and it will definitely take contacting the manufacturer to find out how they’re made and if any additional chemical treatments are done. We’re working behind the scenes to gather more info on some of the more popular brands and hope to have a shopping guide with safer options put together soon. ~Alicia

      • Danielle

        Is there any update on this? I’ve been looking into these, but I am only using organic cotton and basic household products now. Like coconut oil. I wondered if the actual microfiber itsel could be toxic. Polyester is very toxic so it seems these would be too, unless made a different way.

  • Angie

    Wondering how to care for the microfiber?

  • Dawn @OhSweetMercy

    Honestly, I had not wondered if they were safe or not. I can’t believe it didn’t cross my mind!

    • I totally understand that Dawn! I didn’t think about it for years either, until I heard they were made from plastic and not cotton. That alone opens a whole new world of questions! ~Alicia

  • Shannon

    Interesting! I’ve never heard of using microfiber on myself (only for household cleaning). I’d love to try it!

  • Wendy Darling

    I have wondered. I’ve heard about microfiber being used in various ways that are supposed to be “green”, ie replacing disposable products or eliminating the need for chemicals… but always wondered just WHAT microfiber actually is!

  • Christie

    I have wondered that, but never looked into it. Thanks for your research! We have some e-cloths for cleaning, but didn’t realize they had these wonderful spa products!

  • Cindy

    Never thought to see what microfiber cloths were made of, now I know better. Hope I win some of these E Cloths. I have learned so much from The Soft Landings emails and website, I want only the best for my granddaughter and this site helps make that happen. Thank You ladies !

  • ginabad

    Yes, I have. I even wrote on them, but I had not heard they were made of plastic. 🙁

  • I have. I’m torn between the fact that they eliminate so many disposables and chemicals and the fact that they are usually made of petroleum

  • Amber Donaldson

    I had wondered! I’ve only used microfiber for dish towels but never for myself! I would love to try these!

  • Josephine

    No. I really haven’t put that much thought into it.

  • I like the idea of fewer chemicals. Thanks for the giveaway

  • Stephanie Moram

    I haven’t really thought about it until you brought it up. Thanks!

  • esteers

    now that i’m getting older, i’m getting very particular about what i put on my face and skin. this helped a lot!

  • Erika

    Hi, I just wondered if you know about other e-cloth products, like the general purpose cloths and glass & polishing cloths. Are they non-toxic also? A lot of them are in a range of colors. Thanks!

    • It’s our understanding that they produce all of their products in the same manner, so we’re comfortable recommending them as well.

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